BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:30 P.M.) – The so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS) released a film on Wednesday that encouraged its members in the United States (U.S.) to carry out terrorist attacks using knives and guns.

Narrating this four minute long video was a disabled American Islamic State fighter named “Abu Saleh Al-Amreeki” – his real identity is unknown.

In the video, Abu Salih Al-Amreeki threatens U.S. President Donald Trump and calls on American members of ISIS to carry out attacks in order to “avenge the Muslims killed by the U.S.”

The terrorist tells his fellow ISIS members that it is easy to purchase a weapon in America, so they should consider buying a gun to carry out attacks.

The video was posted by the Islamic State’s official media, Al-Hayat, on Wednesday – video link below:

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